After getting a patent for giving robots personalities last month, Google now wants to unleash an army of robots on the world.
Twitter says it is cracking down on mean, hateful or menacing tweets that cross the line from free speech into abuse.
A Canadian woman who had declined to have her children immunised against whooping cough, has changed her position now that all seven of her children have come...
If Germanwings had been aware of Andreas Lubitz' sick note, things might have been different.
Low-cost street lights are brightening up public spaces and creating a safer environment for women in Bogotá, Colombia.
IBM's Watson is the author of a newly released cookbook.
The ethical question we need to ask is: why would we ever want to bring back dinosaurs to today’s world? Would they have any purpose, or just be odd curiosities?
Little is known about how married couples from different class backgrounds deal with having very different beliefs about money.
Temptations that we want to overcome are indeed easier to overcome than those that we feel we have to overcome.
Scientists in Europe have successfully restarted the Large Hadron Collider, which might discover dark matter and extra dimensions in space.
Without effective antibiotics, even minor surgery and routine operations could become high-risk procedures, a British forecast has warned.
Can nature prove to be the best furniture designer?
A total lunar eclipse will be visible from across all Australia this Saturday, April 4. But it will be a quick one.
Suicide is still the leading cause of death for Australians between 15 and 44 years of age, according to the latest data from the Australian Bureau of Statistics.
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US actor Ben Affleck asked PBS television chiefs to hide that one of his ancestors was a slave owner, according to a WikiLeaks email.
Artificial underwater kelp plantations are hoped to help researchers discover how to maintain levels of the important marine plant.
When Australians gather in Gallipoli to commemorate the 100th anniversary of the landings at Anzac Cove, the New Zealanders will be there too.
Even for a company that's trying to produce driverless cars and "solve" mortality, getting employees to overcome their own biases is a challenge.
The military ballad 'I was Only 19' changed the way many Australians felt about war. Now, the song's writer John Schumann has come up with another tune, this time...